Allergy and Congestion Relief - Pictures Loratadine, Pseudoephedrine

ALLERGY AND CONGESTION RELIEF (loratadine, pseudoephedrine tablet, extended release) can come in different packaging based on the dosage and strength of the medication. Below are pictures of Allergy and Congestion Relief packaging to help you recognize it.

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Non-Drowsy*

Allergy & Congestion Relief

Pseudoephedrine Sulfate 120 mg /Nasal Decongestant

Loratadine 5 mg/Antihistamine

Extended Release Tablets

12 hour

Relief of:

Nasal and Sinus Congestion Due to Colds or Allergies

Sneezing

Runny Nose

Itchy, Watery Eyes

Itchy Throat or Nose Due to Allergies

Indoor & Outdoor Allergies

Original Prescription Strength

30 Extended Release Tablets

Actual Size

*When taken as directed.

See Drug Facts Panel.

ALLERGY AND CONGESTION RELIEF (loratadine, pseudoephedrine tablet, extended release) Packaging

ALLERGY AND CONGESTION RELIEF (loratadine, pseudoephedrine tablet, extended release) Packaging 2

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